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. the president apparently has a deeply held belief that his salvation cannot come without collective salvation. he said this on several occasions. this is critical for you to understand. watch. >> my individual salvation is not going to come about without a collective salvation for the country. >> my individual salvation rests on our collective salvation. >> individual salvation always depends on collective salvation. >> our individual salvation depends on collective salvation. >> glenn: it does not. it does not. that is not a christian belief. that is liberation theology. here is what pope benedict says about that theology. wherever polltive ticks tries to be -- politics tries to be redemptive, it's doing too much. where it wishes to do the work of 2k3w0d it becomes not divine but demonic. a belief structure that comes from jeremiah wright. where did he get it from? from the author of liberation theology james cohen. >> the only way in which your repentance, your forgiveness can be, your reception of it can be effective is that you give back what you took. white people took a lot from black p
obama. what do you think barack obama means when he says this? >> my individual salvation is not going to come about without collective salvation for the country. >> i strongly believe that my person story is wrapped up with the larger story of this country. that my individual salvation wrests on our collective salvation. >> what i found in my life is my individual salvation depends on our collective salvation. our individual salvation depends on collective salvation. >> glenn: that is amazing. what does that mean? well, he cannot be saved unless he saves you. god won't save him. unless we're all saved. that is a perversion. the point is, it's not just the president. but this president happens to believe it. progressives have always believed it. they put themselveses in a position that, because they know something that you don't know, because you're too stupid. pete stark i don't think he believes in any of this. i don't think eeven believes in god. but he thinks he's smarter than the people he's talking to. he just has to. so the smart people have to figure things out. it's their obli
of collective salvation. >> my individual salvation is not going to come about without collective salvation for the country. >> my individual salvation rests on our collective salvation. >> our individual salvation depends on the collective salvation. >> individual salvation depends on collective salvation. >> glenn: you go ask your'or, priest or rabbi -- pastor, priest or rabbi if that is true. you might think someone would follow up on the survey since two of the three best known spiritual advisors jeremiah wright and flager are extreme clergy members far outside the mainstream of christianity to liberation theology. the third, jim wallis is an admitted marxist. no, no. no interest from the supposed big three of tv news, no. no. hey, katie couric, how are you ratings? no one has paid any attention the anti-capitalist in the administration. several socialists, admirers of mao. none of this aroused the interest of the adoring media crowd. their only response is call me or you or anybody else, liar, hater, bigot, stupid, full of lies. whatever. wouldn't you think somewhere out there on a net
, it's collective salvation. the president has given four speeches where he has taught collective valuecation over personal salvation and liberation theology. am i the only one that doesn't believe in collective salvation? that that is the an sit -- antithesis to jesus message? >> christ deals with individuals. even john chapter 3, dynamic chapter on how we come to know god through jesus christ, he is dealing with a man, nicodemus. jesus is we call him the personal savior. this idea of collected salvation is basically an idea that is taking god's word which is clear and plain, glenn, twisting it for personal use and personal gain. that's all it is. personal gain. >> glenn: this started, the liberation theology, this was marxist in south america. they couldn't get in the government because the church is so strong, so they had to pervert it, and pervert the catholic -- ask the catholics about it. they know exactly what it is. that's why the pope said it's evil, demonic, not divine. >> darkness, that evil. so when god comes and my preacher friends and my colleagues, david, you know t
in class. as part of the back to school program, target awarded 10 salvation army divisions with $20,000 in target gift cards. the kids in pikesville had a ball shopping for clotheall kinds of school supplies. >> always looking out for the kids, we are always lookin to make sure children in need have the same school supplies as every other child. you don't want a child to go into school and have a deficit starting out. if the salvation army see as need we usually address it thank god for target we are partnering together for this. >> officials with salvation army and target say no child should be unprepared for the school year. more than 80 stores across the country participated in this one day event. see they are all smiles to go around there. >> if you are looking for pool side relief in baltimore city, drew wed hills park is the place to be. a local business made a $90,000 donation that will allow the pool to remain open through labor day. when grant capital management heard they were closing they felt they had to act. budget short falls, this fiscal year were responsible for earl
as follows. my name is emaniel. i became a prostitute. i found my salvation? writing. i pushlished a book. i was recently attacked on the streets where i lived. >> the surgery left me deaf. i do not have aids. men are not allowed to be a soldier. i am not asking for your money. please get home safe and keep this pen to share your story too. may be some day, i will get to hear your voice. this next poem is from my first poetry. this is for latinos in the house. can i get a woo. >> i want to break tradition about latino macheese mow. >> forget. i want to break tradition. because blood is supposed to be thicker. but you see, my friends and family, because they love and accept my and don't consider me, foreign language. they do not speak the language. everyone has green contacts. adopting supremist beliefs. when was the last time you saw them playing the maid? i want to break tradition. smashing it against the ground. where our spanish eyes are not blinded. we do not understand hate. foreign language. never. this next poem is called "outside". it's from bullets and butter flies. this is in cele
else, the president talking about collective salvation. you have an obligation to yourself because our individual salvation depends on collective salvation. >> no, no, it doesn't. that's where the atonement comes in. it's a personal thing the i'm not the only one who thinks that. you can go with president obama or pope benedict on collective salvation. "wherever politics tries to be redemption it promises too much and where it promises to do the work of god it is in the divine." now, the guy who got the gospel first time from wright's church for 20 years, or the pope? again, another tough choice. i wish i had a lifeline or call a friendship or something i could do. but i think i'll go with the pope. and then you have james cohen saying this. >> the only way in which your forgiveness can be there, is to give back what you took. and --. (inaudible). >> what he says is not good enough, you have to spread the wealth around. this game has to stop. the ends do not justify the means. you want to start a revolution? want to start a revolution? well, i have one for you. start with yourself. liv
salvation. chris, i don't know what you know or what you believe, but most christians when you say i'm christian and look i'm mormon and most christians don't recognize me as a christian, who am i do say. i'm not judging. i'm saying most christians would look at collective salvation which is my salvation, my redemption is incumbent on what the collective does. so i can't be saved unless the collective is saved. well, that is a direct opposite of what the gospel talks about. jesus came for personal salvation. it is like people say, you know, you just accept jesus and you are saved. that is not what my church teaches. you are but then you also got to get in there and plug. you got to change your heart as well. okay. that is what i happen to believe. what does the president believe. four different speeches since he has been president and he has told and mainly student that your sal vision is directly tied to the collective salvation. that is not something that most christians recognize. i don't -- i'm not demonizing it. i disagree with it. haspope has said and he is actually demonized i
. amazing stuff. >> jesus came for personal salvation. that's what i happen to believe. what does the president believe? four different speeches since he has been president and he told mainly students that your salvation is directly tied to the collective salvation. that's not something that most christians recognize. people aren't recognizing his version of christianity. >> wow. it really is getting personal. we are getting a religious test and we are not supposed to have religious tests. >> we're would flunk beck on his theology exam. she not much of a theologian. second, what is ironic about this nonissue is that in my experience to the extent that i know the president, he seems to be a man of great faith and real genuine faith and he talks about his faith and the faith of his family and how it sustains him and it's a difficult moment. yet that doesn't come across. >> the role of the politician, put these down. >> not to talk about salvation, not his job. today, i got a couple of press releases from christian groups on the right attacks glen beck because they believe mormons ar
came for personal salvation. that's what i happen to believe. what does the president believe? four different speeches he has told and mainly students that your salvation is direct ly tie to the collective salvation. that's not something most christians recognize. people aren't recognizing his version of christianity. >> wow. it's really getting personal. we're not supposed to have religious tests. >> first of all. woe would flunk glenn beck on his theology exam. what is iranic about the whole nonissue. in my experience to the extend that i know the president. he seems to be a man of great faith. of real genuine faith. he takes about the faith and the faith of his family and how it sustains him in difficult moments. >> the role of a politician is to lead. t not his job to talk about salvation. today i got a couple press releases from fundamentalist christian groups on the right attacking glenn beck because they believe mormons are not true christians. let me reeducate you, as if you guys need it. you're responsible for your reputation. if people are painting a picture with whatever
. it's social justice and collective salvation. then i want you to watch for the possibility of deflation in to hyper inflation. the selling and buying of our own bonds. that, too, was done many weimar. that's why you have to understand these things. i know that you are busy. i know that the last thing you need is homework from me. but you must educate yourself. if we don't know history, we won't be able to predict the future. i'm telling you, i'm telling you, we are repeat manage of the same mistakes. this generation of americans. heck, the last generation of americans don't know what hyper inflation even means like they did in weimar. we can't understand it. what was it possibly like? let me tell you something. here is what happened. germany was ordered to pay for reparations after world war i. they didn't have the money. they begged people. don't make us pay this. so they decided instead to print it all. when they did that, hyper inflation eventually kicked in. the money inflated so fast that it was almost instantly worthless. people would it willly get paid at work. pull
. amazing stuff we're getting into here. >> jesus came for personal salvation. that's what i happen to believe. what does the president believe? four different speeches since he's been president, he told, mainly students, that your salvation is directly tied to the collective salvation. that's -- that's not something to most christians recognize. people aren't recognizing his version of christian ty. >> wow. it really is getting personal. we're getting a religious test thrown at -- we're not supposed to have religious tests. there's beck applying one. >> first of all, we would flunk glenn beck on his theology exam, number one. he's not much of a theologian. second, what is ironic about this whole non-issue is that, at least in my experience, to the extent that i know the president, he seems to be a man of great faith, of real, genuine faith. he talks about his faith and the faith of his family. and how it sustains him and how it sustains him in difficult moments. and so, yet, that doesn't come across. >> that doesn't come across. by the way, the role of a politician is to lead -- no
>> he was a former hindu who studied at the christian orphanage. >> i wasn't sure about salvation, but when i believe in jesus chst i will be with jesus in heaven. >> perhaps most amazing of all, this christian village boasts a 0 peent crime rate. >> the village chieof blimbing sari. >> the people here are diligent, disciplined, hardworking and we love one another. the people learn the christian way of life, they don't drink, they don't steal. >> today governnt and private government organization flock to learn the example. they are yet to tab her success, the savi lord of her jesus christ. bali, indonesia. >>> some businessmen are openly dedicating their companies to spreading the gospel. george thos has the story from beijing. >> reporter: tiananmen squar at shop no. 37, liu xixian and liullichang and chen zejin are doing what they want to do. it wasn't their original goal. >> soon after we opened our perspectives changed. we got a new vision. >> they went from selling antique furniture to opening one of the christian stores in beijing. >> we have bible verses everywhere. i want
you come. with the promise of salvation. i simply want to life before i die. i have two more poems. this is all new. wrote it for harold bloom. he first called it the death of art and. reading well is one the greatest pleasures. i am dedicating to harold bloom. i am not a poet. i want to be rich. i have had a great sex life. i am not a poet. georgia i do not like being called an act visit. i cannot be considered a vegetarian. i will give my ass up and like it. i would be inspired. i may value peace, but will not use a pen to unleash my anger. i am not a poet. i am not dying. weight loss can still be a choice. i am not a poet. i don't care much for. i don't spend me weekends read anything writing. i like to have cocktails but i do not have a drinking problem regardless of what state i wake up in. i don't need drugs to open up my imagination. i am not a poet. i can tolerate half an hour of spoken word poetry. what my cats are up to. i always carry my business cards. i am not a poet, i only write to masture bait my mind. i am trying to convince myself that poetry it save lives. it's
students that your salvation is directly tied to the selective salvation. that's not something that most christians recognize that. >> reporter: the president, when asked about the rally -- >> i think that mr. beck and the rest of those folks were exercising their rights under our constitution exactly as they should. >> reporter: and really, can any event that wedges in an appearance by sara palin, who left ten minutes after speaking be called nonpartisan? he told viewers -- >> everyone has a purpose. find what yours is. >> reporter: preacher words? perhaps. political? perhaps that too. john donvan, abc news, washington. >>> and still ahead, the "titan"tie t tan," a new view, glass still in the windows that sank. waking up with morning pain drain the energy right out of you. fight it with (new) bayer am. it combines extra strength bayer aspirin to treat pain plus an alertness aid to help you get off to a running start. try bayer am - the morning pain reliever. thais...peggy. whatng usa pris problem, please? peggy? sure...well...suddenly it looks like i'm being charged a $35 annual fee. y
of christianity. >> jesus came for personal salvation. that's what i happen to believe. what does the president believe? four different speeches since he has been president, he has told and mainly students that your salvation is directly tied to the collective salvation. that's not something that most christians recognize. people aren't recognizing his version of christianity. >> in his exclusive interview with brian williams, president obama said he didn't watch restoring honor, the event, and wasn't surprised that beck was able to, quote, stir up people during uncertain economic times. >> i have to say i did not watch the rally. i think that one of the wonderful things about this country is that any given moment, any group of people can decide, you know, we want our voices heard, and so i think that mr. beck and the rest of those folks were exercising their rights under our constitution exactly as they should. >> charles blow, you wrote a very pointed column on saturday about mr. beck's rally on the steps of the lincoln memorial on the anniversary of i have a dream speech. you called beck the
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out from local boys and girls clubs, the money came from a grant that target awarded to salvation army's back to school program, took place in cities across the country. >>> well, road painting crew might want to take a little trip back to elementary school. check this out. they made a goof in north carolina, misspelling the word school, outside of a high school no less. the school spokesperson says this is a temporary paint used on a freshly paveed road. >>> maybe that is a trick. >> could be. last four letters cool. >> not today. >> no, not at all kellye. we are not going to be cool for another 48 hours, finally get relief thursday, late, but in the meantime keep that ac cranked on high. take a lookout side, right now, some murky -- well, muggy is a better word, not murky, sun is out. muggy conditions, 93 temp, humidity 37% and winds out of the west, southwest, 5 miles per hour. let's hook at the skies today, generally a clear one out there for us in fact you can see as we put our weather net camera in motion, downtown maryland science center at times, a little bit of cumulis, haze t
2 works for the community. a proud partner with the salvation army. ai >>> stocks closed moderately lower today as the economy continues to deepen. dow jones industrial is down 57 points. the nasdaq up less than a point. the s & p 500 was down 3 points today. the average selling price now close to $300,000. but the national real estate market is clearly still a buyers market. the economic recovery continues to happen very slowly, but thanks in large part to the realignment process, buyers seem to be more plentiful. >> 500 workers have been temporarily layed off because of a two-week shut down of a steel mills operations because of the weakening operations. temporary idled some of the operations. the shutdown begins sunday and will end august 29. now a lot of you are without a job and abc2 is here to try and help. each wednesday on good morning maryland, we put resumes on the air and online so bosses can see them. we'll call you to come in and tape a 20 second video pitch. we'll put it on the air and on our website so you can e-mail us with that best resumes. use a microsoft word at
i get out of it. >> now if you would like to visit the capital restorations and salvation thrift shop you can find them at 2406 mountain road in pasadena. today some of baltimore's brightest women got a big honor for their efforts in the community. andy klein baltimore. laura newman of annapolis and sheena murphy from on the grounds mills were given awards for commitment to volunteerism and service of these spirited women awards were created by my city for her.com ceo to raise awareness provide support to the red cross of central maryland. >> it's a fabulous event. it's all about enjoying life, giving back, being the best that you can be donating of your time and talent. people should think about supporting the red cross it's a wonderful organization that needs us 365 days a year. >> monica also says the winners are set to represent all the values of the red cross volunteerism sacrifice and compassion. >>> breaks news from the weather department. >> this is good news. we have rain out there no doubt about it. this will be some ponding but the national weather service has dropp
to school this year. as part of the back to school program, target awarded 10 salvation army divisions with $25,000 grants. the kids who took advantage of any target store in pikesville had a ball. they were shopping for clothes and other school supplies. >> we're always looking out for the kids. we're always looking to make sure that children in need have the same school supplies as every other child. you don't want your child to go into school and have a deficit starting out. thank god for target that we were partnered together for this. >> more than 80 target stores across the country participated in this one-day event. >>> if you're getting back to school and want more information at any time, we have you covered. go to our website. log onto abc2news.com. when you get there, click on the news tab and the education tab at the top of the right-hand page. >>> if you need a dehumidifier, there are 100,000 you need to stay away from. lg is recalling nearly 100,000 dehumidifiers. they were sold under the gold star or comfort air brand names in a variety of stores between january of 2007
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told, and mainly institutes, that your salvation is directly tied to the collective salvation. that's not something that most christians recognize. i'm not demonizing it. i disagree with it. >> woodruff: speaking with brian williams of nbc news yesterday in new orleans, the president was asked about the beck rally and what it said about the country. mr. obama said the frustration was understandable. given the many challenges the nation faces. >> given all those anxieties, and given the fact that, you know, in none of these situations are you going to fix things overnight, it's not surprising that somebody like a mr. beck is able to stir up a certain portion of the country. that's been true throughout our history. >> woodruff: that much was evident by the large turnout on the national mall saturday. for more on the rally and the man behind it we are join joined by kate zernike of the "new york times" and author of the soon-to-be-released book, "boiling mad: inside tea party america." and david von drehle, editor-at- large for "time" magazine. ood to you have both with us. david, i'm
in east biloxi the other day. but thank goodness, the salvation army is building $14 million community center. east biloxi is one of those areas that were challenged nome by the storm, but social economic conditions there. but the salvation army came in and said, we're going to build a $14 million community center that will have a pool, that will have basketball courts where children can come and we can hear laughter on the mississippi gulf coast. that's are the type of things that touched my heart. just today i was in our lady of the gulf catholic church and it fully restored one of the most beautiful sanctuaries on the mississippi gulf coast. go over that bridge, that bay bridge that was completely gone. so there was no way to get from gulfport to bay st. louis except go around i 10 and that beautiful bridge is there. people are running and walking, cars are passing over it. signs of success and now even after the oil, the great challenge that we had there, we keep moving ahead. i had some beautiful seafood gumbo at lunch today. so we need people to come and enjoy the mississippi gul
forced high school sports teams to find some salvation for their players. feeding frenzy. thousands show up in prince georges county for fewer than 100 open conditions. police across the country on the hunt for suspected serial killer wanted for three stabbings in nearby virginia. >> i'm delia in leesburg, virginia. we are learning more about the local victims of the michigan serial killer and how they survive their attack. >> tuesday night, he stabbed a 15-year-old boy who was jogging on plaza street here in leesburg. the days of terror continued as he attacked two more men, including a six-year-old man who he stabbed in the back. >> you are going to burn. >>
received a call that a salvation army bell ringer was helping himself to the collection bucket-- as seen in this video-- the cops were called in. >> we're showing you the live video. >> reporter: the brain of the video surveillance system is computer software called analytics. it allows operators to set up a virtual perimeter around buildings. as this demonstration shows, once someone or something crosses that virtual line-- like this man walking out the front door-- the computer send an alert to an official on duty. >> it's looking for a face-like object in this image. and it clips that out and says, okay, that's the image. i. >> chicago has the most advanced surveillance camera network in the united states and probably the world. >> reporter: chicago police commander john lewin runs the information services division. he points to mobile cameras called pods-- police operation devices-- which allow cameras to watch high-crime neighborhoods in realtime, which is how they were able to catch this man as he attempted to burglarize a home. and this arsonist after he turned a dumpster ablaze.
partner with the salvation army. douse it doused . >>> if you're using your credit card more to help you through these tough economic times new rules that went into effect over the weekend should make your financial life a little bit easier. abc's karen travers has that story. >> reporter: good news for credit cardholders. all of the sweeping reforms signed into law by president obama last may are now finally in place. as of sunday, credit card companies are limited in the fees they can charge. exceed your credit limit buying your morning coffee? now they can only charge a penalty equal to how far you can go over the limit. a $3 coffee meents a $3 penalty. late fees will drop from $39 to $25. car companies must also re- evaluate interest rate hikes every six months to determine whether they are still warmthed. consumers can get back their lower rates by paying on time. but do loop holes still exist? credit card companies say they stand to lose billions in revenue with the new restrictions. analysts expect them to fight back. >> the banks, the credit card companies, will find new and inte
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